Jennifer Lu graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in May 2017 with an emphasis in data and investigative reporting. She has a B.S. in biochemistry from Brandeis University. Her interests include the intersection of science, policy, public health and the environment. She interned as a business reporter at the Miami Herald in summer 2017.
Posts by This Journalist
Why Coastal Sea Rise and Eroding Beaches Are Bad News for San FranciscoText and photos by Jennifer Lu San Francisco’s Ocean Beach is famous for its surfable waves. But it’s the sand beneath the bay that grabs Patrick Barnard’s attention. The underwater sand dunes, called sand waves, are some of the largest in the world. They rise up to 33 feet high and span up to two football... Read More
How Indigenous Voices Should Shape Science ReportingBy Jennifer Lu SAN FRANCISCO—Indigenous voices are integral to science and science reporting. That’s why journalists should keep an open mind and be aware of political narratives when reporting on indigenous issues, four speakers said 28 October during a session at the World Conference of Science Journalists 2017. Key to keeping an open mind is... Read More